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rrheyreailusTEuraway ist flier cows aint nothtn ter j t tl9 end iin ajJJ k Ijes stop to ilflteDtob rl Ter hear the cow bell t fIkDewJItJAt last hear hit ringing a3n5ln TOit jiUltppI j1115- kei IcilJe uiy o1ddo- gLeeeiyIi 1ci c t grytlU All Ljei pInt mYrflD r h V i Jrktie tt J u0 dIdntare4aAJLw1 eZIIskk1m4cornIn They allua starts to run They knows fees goln ter bite em He thinks hits right smart funI tTntMrriutI t tfjt tJZ = reJis wontBt yter bU f ttWiia hti 111 r 2TlM1jhqfore1 dark p JjnI QJS t rI ii L ci N NDIDATESome- entbuslast neWS ar-an J Ipat ortLseems 4fi Wmined Jo nominate Hon John Jfrlawjlof 6is6pla e forborne j pfficegreat or sma11 iBe1 lieut wpu to 1o gtnthe news came from Frariicfort JfOJt J G lSSl unceliemtn t tHat he was out for the nomination for Circuit Judge of klonthlprtt9 dPiJ i jimlnate him or Railroad Commissioner to op j5 HCn5t3IHcChbrd ThisI last announcement rather r capsJ he aeigreater surprise to the gentle auuumoetcoQcerned thantoanj ofief Such a thingjaas peeking he nomlnatlonforRailroad Corn missionership MR Lewis deC ares had oeyeh entered hisi hd and he would not accept it fcifi 3as tendered to Himx J 1Sc j aretlrifall i i1 rthern part of the county ir iina very deplorable condi ion on account of the almost toiarfailjre of the corn crop his Reason f The dry spell llast iont1ibrCh was particularly vera ini that seitipn almost cojnpiitely ruined the corn and in many inStances farmers have abjiiilpneA the crops altogether antCSave turned the stock into o the fieldstot get the benefit of th llttleftrodder that has prown Fortunately this distressing stated of raffairsaptpearsl to have been x nfinecl to that portion of the county lying north of Willisbnrg anctInl other sections the coru crop iigopd The rains of the poatfew weeks have been 5of wonderful benefit to the growing crop and ilnspmeiplaces the corn iavpracticallyl made The outlook forC tobacco Isialso flattering cot cepi in the dry section mentioned w erejhecrbpwUrbe short al though4jhe tobcco fields hays nfcjraffered so much as the corn I j ii t t s NEASYThere is consider able iUBWislness among the lixa tC grdwersover the outcome rall Ofthe rumors arid talk aboutIeall gelcombining otireetbetween theLouisvll- lorIorns and the Continental COO ConipDy The farmers fear that the gptiatipns which ireeaid tpbt under way niay riswlt in takia 1OD thorn corn P oUbWf8rfhe tobacco grbwersr of th county have been jwil iwi tit the market of f 1inkl11riEelrplOQucf for they twoaUie iia The Jlocation Hmre i iphoWot the l atthJaliPI9Irl f A1C 91IRfl Ie it i muchifjft 9Mar r iu thta tr tbef t4e rrstU baa tb- eiof141i lDC so tIWi i1Il csO thee W n 1m J PJt p sMoaio appear to- coatemplatethe abolishing of t pJJthe UPtr1 buying and re1iiih d hug houses thus forcing shipments to Louisville This ar xangement has not yet been com ipletedi however1 and may not be a Vg6f hutin these days of trusts and combines tie farmers and producers who are usually vie tims fear the worst 4 1TEEDEDWhat Springfield Igiaf needs to keen the town growing and to keep its business linterests apace with its increas fIngpbpnlatibnjs more manufac turmgcoticeYris The town now depends almost entirelyupon the agHcujiiurjai I interests of the surJroulMmg r country for support aWrfiiso far as it goeaut cannot be ex pectedt that the town will assume much more growth unless some new industries are introduced There is no reason why a canning factory or some industry that SeptdsQciagrithiltural products rjts raw ipaterial should not succeed Such an industry wouldnot onlbenefitI the to-wnnjg employment to labor bjit it would put money into the larmers pockets by affording a Tdady market1 for their produce and be an incentive for them to grow larger crops of certain onlyliadgamzatipnr to promote such en ijfrses and offer Inducements for them coD e pro ably much could be accomplished in tbat line Eqd of Bitter FIliL Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Dn Pont Galand gave me Up Everybody thought my time bad como As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New discovery for Consumption The benefit I receiucd was striking and I was on my feet in a few davs NoW Ive entirely regain ed iby health It conquers all Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Troubles Guaranteed by C J Haydons Drug Store Price tleslfieHow often do you see people care fromIphysical debUitcnt off from the pleasures of life at an age when theyI should have the most eujomebt The reason Iis often diseased or Inactive kidneys With these organs ailing no one can be well The use of GAYUB has restored many hope less inraltdn to strength and robust health Sold by1 Wood Campbell Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky sJLv8 she has prevented attacks f cholera morbus by taking Chamber aIpb Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Snch attacks are Usually caused by In- igestion and these tableta are just whatis neeeed to cleanse the stomach Und yard off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be pre byifaydons Ai Interesting Gentleman Air Gabe Duvall of Lenore was in Bardsiown Tuesday and called at the Standard office Mr D vall is a veteran of the Mexican war and an exMagis trate of Nelson county having served in that capacity for eight yeara in the High Grove pre duct Before the railroad was built between here and Louisville Mr Duvall was a wagoner be tween the two citeand amassed quite a fortuno at the business fle is full ot reminiscenses of the civil war and can relate many inl teresting incidents with the guer Ulas notably Capt Pratt and Jim Bridgewater Mr Duvall says that on oneoccaslon Bridge water was hunting Pratt and his men n the High Grove neighbor hood and came upon them An excitingchase ensued andended byy Bridgewater driving Pratt and his men into a corner and the Jlatter escaped by jumping a high fence Only two of Pratts teen retained their mounts ejefta of thicchbrsea beitig cap tuNd by Bridgewater Subses qwsntlyCapfc Fratt was ataily sfio in irmisihwii1tfi Fed erafs located in ardstowti oul jh pberdsviUepIkeabou- tsmile west df town and was brought to tdwtt and was taken t what U joftv thd Newman House where he died three days later Mr Duvall is76 y ars old and is one of the prominent citizens f his section He is a subscriber of the Standard and is esplsc ially fond of the oldtime articles which iit contains Bardstown Standard Nejlson Farms Sold r fr Will Coomes sold Monday Jto Deputy Sheriff I J Cotton his farm containing 45 acres for the sum of 1000 The place is situated near the Fair grounds and adjoins Mr Cottons farm Mr G jorge Howard sold Mon- dayj his arm consisting of 45 acres situated about two miles from Baijdstown on the New Ha yen pike to Mr Will Coomes for 825 Mjr Coomes will get possession ajod remove to same about Decembe 1Bardstown Stan fliciile Panted The startling announcempnt that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that con dition that makes suicide likely At t1 firs thought of self destruciioQ take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and ner vine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Safisfacilou guaranteed by C J jHuydon Druggist r DeVittJs Tie Name When you gojo buy WitCh Hazel Salve look for the name DeWITT on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Haeel Salve which is the best salvein the world for ruts burn bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWins Wilch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worthless counterfeits to be placed on the market The gen lljle bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by C J Haydon Kentucky Fair Gates The dates for the various lairs are fixed as follows Fern Creek Aug 184 lays Lav renceburg Aug 184 days Shepherdsville Aug 184 daysSMaysvlle Aug 194 days Shelbyville Aug 255 days Springfield Aug 264 daysSBardstown Sept lr5 days Nicholasville Sept 4 days Elizabethtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 154 daysKentucky State Fair Owens boro Sept 216 days Henderson Sept 95 day- Boy Cured 01 Colic Afler Physician Treatl11lll Had Fatloo MY boy when four years old was taken with colic and cramps in his stomach I sent for the doctor and her linjected morphine but the child kept getting worse I then Javelim half a teaspoonful of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Reraedyand in half an hopr he was sleeping and soo- nrecovekedF L Wilkins Shell Lake Vls Mr Wilklus is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by Haydoas Orug store The American Farmer When the Amercan farmer rises early in the morning it is to look over broad and fertile acres that are his own When he goes forth it is to fields that no human being can lawfully step upon without his consent When he gathers and garners the harvest he stores up what in a vast ma jority of cases no greedy and rapacious landlord can take from him It is all his The proceeds pf it are to clothe and feed him and his family and educate his children to be support of his old age and the heritage of his posterity Looked at from every point of view it is doubtful if there is another human being under the heavens who has more cause for carrying a light heart and a contented mind for re garding the past with satisfaction and the future with hope than the Ain r catr farmer A liniment that wilt soil or stain the clothing or blister the skia is unfit fo nse DR CLASSES LINIMENT I will do neither penetrates the flesh and trelieves pata instantly with t oat burning or bluterfng 14 by Wood CanibeUt REPUBLICAN CONVENTION I Republicans Meet and In struct Delegates to District Convention 7 The Republicans of Washing ton county met at the Court House here Saturday afternoon for the purpose of appointing and instructing delegates to the district convention which meets at Lebanon on the 20th to day to nominate candidatesfor Circuit Judge and Commonwealths At torneyT Mr Wf F Neikirk sIhosen Chairman and Wv EISutherland Secretary The chair appointed the following committeemen to draft resolutions and appoint delegates ta the district convention at Lebanon August 20 J TtPrather C W Oder and W F Grigsby The committee teported the following resolutions We the Republicans of Washington county in convention as KyAugustthe following delegates to the Republican Convention at Lebanon August 20 1903 to nominate candidates for CircuitJudge and i Commonwealths Attorney forc this the 11th judiciall district C A Thompson J S Hays Byron Parks George Colvin JJW Lewis W F Neikirk W S Goodp Sleet Coyle W N Keeling W T McMillan Lytle Kays Harvey Robertson Thomas Mc Ilvoy W P Scruggs W F Hall G C Wharton and aJj other good Republicans SaidI delegates are instructed to cast the 16 votes of Washington coun ly as a unit for Hon John W Lewis for Circuit Judge andI said delegates are further Instructed to cast said votes ofI Washington county for Hon Wt H Sweeney for Commonwealth Attorney so long as said names are before the conventionI J T PRATHER C W ODERR Com W F GRIQSBY A Summer Fairyland To those who are planning a summer outing and seeking green fields and pastures newto some place where they may castI care aside and commune with primitive nature where tho the sun shines ever brightly ccoling breezes alway blow and great hea is unknown it iis safely promised that among the rocks and lakes of the MuskokaxUstrict about 100 miles north of Toronto situated in the Highlands of Onc tario 1000 feet above sea level they will find enchantment j Handsome illustrated descrip tive publications will be senti free to any adJress on appltcaI tion to R McO Smith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway Woodward ave Detroit Jack Bird Captured Jack Bird who was tried in the Spencer Circuit Court at its March term 1902 trial resulting in a hung jury and who subsequently escaped from the jail through a gap supposed to have been made by parties on the out side who were interested in the release of another prisoner has been brought back andwill stand trial again in November Jcommendednection with this case In no wise responsible or to blame forI the escape in the first place he very quietly so as to attract no attention and to throw everyone off guard notified the authorities in different sections of the Stale- TierO Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then Itt will stop tiling and will grow long and beIVY AyrsHalrVflQr is the only Hziir Vigor hilrfood you can buy For CO years it has beei domE just what we claim it will do It will mot diiappoiit you xrJlaico1lH4 t M wy tMrthtsIB5A7H I JWr YIe a toTt W1 ft tNtI9 Id saw It k iarsiia IMllelloec SMi a 454itis ilisabsCL- Nt5bMtiL J II Je1 fU Tn ee AllforII j Short Hairj He practually had the prisoner secured five weeks ago Spencer Courier 1 Byrd it will be remembered was first arrested for his crimef at this place by Marshall Grace who took lmto Taylorsville He has relatives in this county Beware ofOintments for catarrh Uar Contain Imnaa mercury will destroy the sense of smQil and completely derange the whole system when entering it thioagh the mucous surfaces doch articles should never be used except on presCriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is fen fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure nnfactaredby F J Cheney 4 Co Toledo Ohio contains DOJ11erI cary abd is taken internally acting pon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Oa tarrh Cure be sure you get the genj nine It la taken Internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co j Testfmonlalsfree Sold by druggists Price 76c per bot tie Halls family pUll are the beat Potent Pill Plcwe The put that are potent in their ac lion and pleasant in effect are DeI Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Gas ys Dur ing a bilious attack I took one Smart as it was it did me more good than calomel binemass or any other pills i ever took and at the same time it ef ffected me pleasantly Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by C J Haydon ute Imprisonment Ourtis Jett and Tom White were found guilty of the murder of James B Marcum and sen tenced by the jury to life imprisonment in the penitentiary One juror Jasper King hung the jury for twentyfour hours on the question of sentence The first ballot was eleven to fyne for conviction of both defendants and the second was unanimous j for both The first ballot on the sentence was seven for death and five for life imprisonment The seperate ballots on Jetts case stood eleven for hanging and one for life sentence King ex Deputy Sheriff voting alone until a compromise was reached for life sentence for both Chatges have been preferredI against King of attempting to hang the jury The prosecution will have Jett tried on the charge of killing Tom Cockrell for which he is under indictment There is great indignation In Cynthiana against Juror King Buys fie Cattle teoma of the finest cattle that ever lett Kentucky so experts say were slipped from Salt river last Saturday There were in all 140 head making six cars full jMost of them were Shorthorns and the prices paid wer3 from four to four and onehalf cents The total cost of the 140 head was nearly 8000 Hilary Bel bought them from various par ties as follows Wm Simmons 26 P Henderson 84 N BI Trunnellj 20 Stoney Weller 15 l BertPope 7 Jas Simmons 7i S B Simmons 0 O PJeans 9 Geo Moore 6 Geo Maraman i 10 Bulhtt Pioneer lTlicl A little thingsomettmesresullts- In death Thus a mere scratch insigulficant cuts or pony boils have paid the death penalty Itl is wise to have Buqklens Arnica Salve handy Its the best SaLve on earth and will preveut fatality when Burns Sores Ulcerp and Puss threaten Only 25c at Hayden drug store Smart Parrot Tilford Huff in the Harrods burg Herald has the following parrot story When Newt Curl was taking in the the sights on the Midway Plaisance at tthe Chicago Worlds Fair a parrot perched In frontS of the Chinese theatre its head scrutinized him closely and ejctlaimedf WIPeoff bur chinlfjhjsjo ttickl lewII that 1i 1pa1 2o5for tisebird f bought iIt hcnfTl rro1i not only fery ornament r but iiI useful The fowls othe pIac are very much af Id tolnthey have rea titQ J other dayanoli hen Wdtr tkftir the restIyedy- ard lqtQ iJ r k idtgapto s dhqp tili ftowebeda What ia tbii Elii v chWft irft you drtng1 excJairiae Polnd when she got throtfip with the hen there was scroeIy Yi a feather Jefton the marauder Last Spring Pol went into the len house exclaiming Shoo get out of here and all the chickens except a setticg len leftf precipitaritlyk The parrot tossed this hen off the nest took possession of the eggstind hatched them outn wa indeed a novel sight to see thfparrot strutting around the yard saying- to the chickens Come on come on heres a jUicyworm1t She was as proud of them as any mother ever was of her firstborn- OChi1drciBare Ninety nine oteyery hundred diseases r thatchildren have are dne to die orders of the stomach and these i1i orders are all case by indigestion KodolJIDyspepsia Cure ii ja t as good for cbildrn ae itia for adults Cliii dren thrive on it It keeps their little stomachs sweet and encourages their growth and development Mrs Henry Carter 705 Central Sreet Naahydle Tenm says My little boy la cow sufferIngfromborn I have had the best doctors in Nashville but failed to do him anyI good Alter using one bottle of Kodol he fs a well babyr recommend it toJ alj sufferers Kodol digests what eat and makes the atomach sweet Sold by US HaydonI Puts an 11 to it A- lA grievous wail of times comes palnfcomness Backache LiVer Com plaint and Con ipa ion But thanks- to Dr RIngs New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by Haydons Drug Store Marion Matters From The FalconP f Watkin Cress who was shot by Arthhr Lucas at the Raywick picnic died at nine Vclock this morning Immediately after the announcement of his death Lucas was rearraigned before Judge Cooper the harge was changed from manslaughter Jo murder and his examining trial set lor next Friday tie is now held vwithont bail While at work transferring the baggage of the two passenger trams that met at the St Marys wreck Wednesday morning seC- tion foreman W To Patterson of tthe Lebanon division was seriously injured about the head and shoulders by a heavytrunk fall ing on hm He was brought to his home in this city where med iical ajd was secured and he is now on the road to ecbvery As the passengertrain entered the tunnell between Campbell vile and Greensburg Wednes day night large bolder fell from the cliff abpve and struck the ttrain b cklJf the engine The train wasserlously damaged but the track was not injured Another train Was sent 6u t and made the regular trip a fewhburp late the next morning Several passengers were On the tramI but none of them were injured by the accident Prof VonMueller of Washing ton City who1ai teacfiing adanc lug class here gave a ball at the Auditorium Wednesday which was enjoyed by a large number of our young people On Friday he night will give a jjermah at the same place This affair will be aindeabyttl Lebanon Bop CLUb and will be chaperoned by severalmarrleclcuples It promises to be tie social event of the season and Is lbok4 forward to with much interwiit nfsritarfGtrd JIth f filI A MflTr uI anEjiistup from a iard spell 9f tb3 flux dysentery says MfT A Pinner a well know iwrcliaimt ot ProHimOftdrTeBa u1 used otic bottle of Chamberlains Collc Cholera aM DlanhoeaRcllltdy aBet wai c1lt VUhJuvlRC IssaiMrit- the best ckDjIa dAclrs I 4 vrlf104ere i S O- 71ngadoctic wtaft7iai- f l =precribt a l Tfoo l i ItieverfII1said Fpthsit UtIforiWe by HaydoccidaV ilr Tales LuaUve 0I glatbS 4if t iW as ti c i J lIerflllttttttJrIItL Thesituattowo1 ibe toMbte breaks relative to ibe ntfjjil ttfons between ths LoeUvil Jojbacco lYartbottM Coapaay aW tee C9ntin45l1kJttrbilccoeo ny remains practically u baM oiL except fOLOJI r ojMfc dWiil opment the pratiet 1fIitMrawat of the Contiaeatsibeers from he market jMd also from UM jncinnlltL rnarksLaring U 1past twp days tht tatiW1tbought only a l wbotg of tobacco abd allhoHgh Its pYIhaye been in on tbtbUiiaV ttirrarely staid the limit This U is asfierteaf fs not 4M to any differencea b twee iftwo forces but iastoI iatirt of the Tobacco Tnwtio keep ito handsdb iilesyas poe iible Iordeitpit csrtaia- of its secudtit whie it lassie r have sustaififd a aertous dmb bingin thejecentsluj p im th New YrJ market It is aLsouesrte the Cpatt rental has securdoko4cco fromthe country djbtricta iihi rectly to carry it tkgk tot some time It4fia1pureiiesN are said tq hive JbMft the krfMt ever made ei ediag TM those of last year which were Iia thf neighborhood 0 f 40000000 pounds Post EXPOst1Jt1C tO a iiiia I rQhangeprodwcec coW leJMM4i catarrh la apt to fallow PrtfMed with Elys Cream BalMyc aManM4 against Nasal Catarrh PriM M MMfn at Druggists or Ely Bcoth rt5 Wac ren Street New Toryt willaI1 L The Balm cures wI hoK pals 4sii Irritate ot canes ae siJ1CU ifready itself over an irritated a fry tf reUeyJng 1upall fnl inflamatlOBj cleejuei zad care Y Cream BalE alckiy cures the coW H4Hs1MIrL Cotfnty Judg Coper W call ed a spial eeftwc ot lbs Fit proposition4orbIsi11it cal Court for today We Mt r i pflil theSti known as WheatleYseoaer wi from there on to the Bt P Mat tingly Distillery The Brow Foreman Co di tilftri M thf Columbia Finance a CTnirtCpV have greed to ub eribt 1700 for the purpose of VbuiWtaf Ate pilce pravided thecttlzei liriic along the road and tbei jcowrfr fill ra1setbeaount to coSt the works The fQJOMd ro4s has been surveytd U4 u tttt mate of the probablf ooft Mait which will DOtXc 2100 Theicounty U fery i ei iitec ested fn getting cIr a 4 ifs liberal amoumt M IC5tb7 private subscription tlM ch aii are tnat the COUity4WU1IhSS the jrOprlationIeSSSIX1tO make tim pike a ctrtaiaiy 1 ttrprite t yf Cominissionirs We h II MatUe HoalailibctP11sts ths J t Geerge Homam iO t te II By7irtueot IjsgsedteSCof sale ot tM WaiiiN1iSqiUSSit j court reJiK1ered at Ui Ota iri tirE fchereofr 1902 te ekE above Ishall proceed te oMr N St tile Court HOKHtIoOrlaJIIXrON MONDAY AUGU if at S ocieck philSC eoaW eeafl svbSbScWer M peblie aStLPIf I 12esdSdescribid po Two McI sWXit =XyiiM s 1 tbtboiadM towItj O kf- tbludsofGbIC ItI by tlM bYtot Ioa dJb Is- idsCtei UOUtt tbr-I lsads 8 LMr- IagIOMhli4OMS JTrctlo 2 Is oatH ocIh by tbs Le- oaHQ tbi sMi u t LeeO LM Jii8H atItTh It =leailJotit oeISfor t 4 rOt puOkaM ettk teftrlt1 or botid bmlng i tMa p4 MIe suMt pI=Hi elesi s a wrnliistIc71 S 6IITJIOIf A JDDIUJr Cecl t 1 L Th reItI IaT- fr t I d nr katkutiir t 110 itk bkJiN i woSk t Wa kbMsasa SmV I- IM lk bOWd UIL Ms tIe itsbsstbo- sh4Itto JcOS Tk 9fYwh- ere reco ised u tft IPnP and reliable medide la If dlses For sale by Haydoli ing tare NEWS LEADERI oJ DtTJITTMDJY lj iI 1 rA YKArniN ADVANCE 1riF a KYcfr LjAYISQNJrI jx 1 JY95Lxa hsUsBJRH t IL opt IIr 1lIlti e Oalto e Ufttw ami ppUUcal matter t peruH hl1i4 Jbwik Ii ee st Iowrate5but casib 1M bpdUirefgoods cVl JJ i q iiiowtleI Md reoluUOns ot rssp c atplie 4quiciw sSt11IiMr JI stea 250 thSSDMt O e4a I IC 0 k e s Jif lUUDAY AUGUST 20 1903 1 1 1I v otsJudgev ir authorized to announce the oft ikfF CHARLES PATTESON A cuditUte for the office of Circuit t J JMfe it Uta the Eleventh JutciaI i f1It1 MipoMi of the cou jjefr v KMM Taylor Green and Wwhing t q j jeetJo be ocratioprImarj wea1thtsAttornij Wej rt Mtbpdzedto announce I KLDUEEAM ct W OrMM county la a candidate for the i M 4f CoauaomweaUht Attorney bl Mi j tt W tlM action of the Demo vwrife party is this the Eleventh S Jwiicfel district composed of the 1 ientiM of Washington Marion Ta aid Green t fotJpfrcalt Clerk 1i4 W art allthorlzed to announce i f MR PM CAMPBELL j y as a easdldat for the office of CIrcalt- J t J CHit Cterk of Wa JWngfcm count r jtfjj KotMMbcr election If elected will be f iswtod a the office by Robc Not fjfc I Senatotl7ftt We ire aatborlzed to annpnnce t 4 5S HARRY LANpAStER bf Sfarlotf county aa Candidate for the once of State Senator from the 1lKk Siaatorial district subject to tbtactkm of the Democratic party s5 if For Representative We authorized to announce t l Mr WILLIAM D OLAYBBOOEE 3Sx of Kepreieatatlve in the lower r Iwaeejof Kemtucky Legislature from i WaifclBgtOB county a Ctifcaisfo Capitalists have evo1Veda plan to harness the falia of the Ohio river nd to Y furnish h atr liglitand power forJ 0 T Louisville Jeffersonyille and ja New Albany If approved by if 4 tbGGov r meIl the power house fi1 will be built between Jefferson 1 J r yule and NewAlbacy on the In diiti side TheBep bUcans of the Twen tythird Judicial district in con i tl PyentionatBeattyvi11e nomioat i edT B1keyfor Circuit Judge 1 d ZjnaJ R Adams tor Common j wealths AttorneySj rSm DOCTORS BLUNDER ttt ftatLetJa AppUe to iret Seal hUeWo Unoorer- tWftW tkat I am through with jii eteei I can cpealc of the profession In a ta1at tk tX wouldnoVif I was still h ia the practice said a gentleman whQ kas bega owuua successful pbyal t ckm aNe1V Tprk for years IlS he sat at lascfceoa la th Lawyers club Of course I dont care to haVc niy Sae milone4 for I have lots of cod i frS a tbe trbfesslon but the fact le that the profewlon of medicine would fi SW ierIy rained if It bad to be con it cUd as you gentlemen of the bar 1flCtiC your caI11ng f I SwWe havk great advantage over Tt f r you Jn your cases are subject tlr Ttremest publicity wbll we SSia eE cases have the nitmost concc- afwrawltr f Jut suppose that In our cases ka a judge whb knew as much as r ore than we did presiding over our iASJI j anfjcrbystcian whose Interests were i Mt ours wAtchbjg and criticising up 4 ijAfrery step and btazpnlng every r k ftJ4XtdlNt pkyiclan who ever lived the mo yetfi U taw have to face In every case it tityoutry SiWkat aert ot a figure would a latr 1 Ser cut foundering around inv conrt 55WItkQit any knawledge qt llscase1 Bat a physician can founder mentally 1 j Vaick room without a second person k lBf the wiser thougllt the patientjJaay avCer l t enJead men tell aZStIN IJUa rwick chMumstances of doubt lSJv ji lmcial 0k wise put sotnethtng Iritb the pttenf s stomach go tobts office 4kcM what Mae of cxpertmemt he will fellow retr the jiext day hoping to Ji JMt that nature Is working the cure 1IeJwret krnow how to effect and J Wlac Ttly aod willing to take nil of Hw wayVYW yI tkIn that nurses SaN Mt J81O sskyt tatmobse 54q sheet deeSon bIun4era If Ute1 tI 11M t kaMJ thereiWot1I4 t eiSt cJ J phyaklise 4rs A1111 ofIt Je4ttblrwIi n you haveI JMtj f it tttile j aasei erIt1dase1 yenr 4 Up itwoqklIrmuM J4tM jUxffy it a DMmot of Kience as compared with 1IAtiJ141 s 1L f r Jt t am It tt Hews From The County ii- H 1 tippsjAntit ni County eopI 1 rR m Reiortpd by our Correspondents 11 ftftRftftftftftnftnnnnftnftnnftnnftftft ftftnftfthftnftftnftftftnnnftnnftnftn T i POLIN J i Ijam glad to inform the readers f the worthy NESVSLEADEE that t at secsati6nalgibry about rMro Frank Thothpsonsgratab sou meeting f tiroundad snake to be Untrue It is a fact that thechdd was bit feninstead of a copperbead As s Loone snake it was carried to Dr 5opebf Chaplin and alter a careful examination he stated that the child was in no danger and that tile snake had wasted its poison in fighting the at- fJemustJ have been correct for t vhechildpresenttime We are glad ttpublish this correction and will saftQatour correspondent sent us the story in good faith as the report of the childs death had spread all over the neighborhood and was not denied for several days afterward As regards the snake the viper commonly known as therjspreaci head or blowing yip1tis not a poison ous snake at all and the bite is l1armT sstTheon1r venomous reptile found in this section are 1the rattle snake the copperhead and the cotton mouth moccasin EDITOR Mr Cal Seay and wife and Mr S L Cheatham and wife visited Mr Zan Wall of Moor sville Saturday Mr Sam Scott and wife of Taylorsyille were visiting rela tives herO last week Mr Peter Wooldridge is very sick at this writingcThe annual School Teachers Association of the Brush Grove and Mooresville magisterial dis- trictt will be held at Maud November 17 1903 Everyone that is interested education is invited to lend a helping hand Ilillsboro Mesdames Bertha Miller E J Wilson and Mary Thompson dud children spent Wednesday with Mrs Leroy Reed Miss Sallie Fitzgerald waS the guest ot Mrs Frank Martin near Springfield Thursday Miss Katie Ballard ot Pleasant Grove was the guest of friends here Saturday Mrs May Clark is visiting relatives and friends near JTa tbamIMr Wade P very of Cornish ville was the guestpf Miss Annie Deane Sunday Mr John Armstrong and fam ily have returned fgom a visit at iTathara Mr Harry Williams and Miss Mary Oder have returned toorngton after a pleasant visit with s at this place Mrs Miller Brothers of Card well is the guest off Mrs Bettie Mclivoy Miss Susie Edgerton is visiting friends at Woodlawn this week Mrs Lizzie Reed was in town Saturday sopping Mrs Nancy Scott is on the sick list Mr Tom Coulter attended church at Rockbridge Sunday Charli6 Hines of Litsey was at- c W Oaers Sunday Mr James Oder and Miss Cordie Lay were married at the Hendren House in Springfield by Rev W E Sutherland on August 15 May they always be as lappy as now Messrs Oscar and Ormsby Shewmaker attended church at Hardesty Schoplhouse Saturday night and accompqied t3e Misses Goodletf home MOOR SVltlE The angel of death visited the home of Mr James Truax and took therefrom their little daugh tei1 Willie She had something llike tntermentIwas in New Hope cemetery JC I L Weep not fond parents for littler Williejsratlrest The saleof the late Wm S Boblit took place last Saturday afternoon Mr Ed Whayne was he auctioneer and everything rought good prices An ole me clock that had been in the family for over a century was knocked down to Fred Grigsbv or Leo Boblit for f40 Miss Annie Jones went to- ouisville Sunday to purchase monuments for her parents graves She will return Thurs day Mack Curtsinger returned to Louisville Sunday Mr Lloyd Smith of Chanlin- isited his brother at this place Mr Charley Shehan and Miss Maggie Smith visited Mr Warren Pyle at Simms last Sunday Mr I M Wall and wife word in Springfield laat Saturday Mr Walter Briggs of Maple Hill visited Bernard Hall lastt Sunday Mr James Truax und wife are visiting the latters parents near C haplineMrs Estella Hardin has returned to her home at Bloomfield Mr Ft D Sweeney was in Louisville list week purchasing his fall stock of goods Mr William Eddiemaja Sr very1ow with acomplication of diseasesIt that Mr Murriel Vest has bought Mr Peter She hans farm near Maud Mr Ben Crow of Polin was in our midst Saturday also Mr Ben Crow of Boston Nelson ounty rI They had a practice game of ball at Maud last Saturday The married men of Maud will play the married men of Bloomfield nextlburslay Mr Richara Smith is rery ill of tyhboid fever and does not improve any- People have commenced sow i ngSDr John Yates has returned from Louisville Mrs Florence Lynch and daughter Pearl of Springfield Visited Mr Zan Wall last Sunday Messrs Steve Bishop and EdI Gregory of Springfield were in oar town last Sunday Mr Jeff Settle went to Lexington last Monday to attend a school convention Cooker Miss flora Walls who has been visiting friends at Chaplin for tae last week nas returned home Miss Bettie Reed of Wood llawn is visiting her sister at this place Messrs Bernard Walls andI Edgar Yates called on their best girls at Woodlawn Sunday Dr Jotm Yates who has been visiting friends in Louisville foi the past week hash returned to his hotae and was accompanied by his cousin Don Williams olI JeffersonvilleS Miss Louise Settle and Mr Don Williams spent Sunday at Tatham SpringS v 1SRussell two harming young men of Springfield called at tne home of Mr Yates Sunday Miss Lula EllaBoblitrof Louis vilte is visiting Mr s Goatley Mrs Will Wells anMcss Josie Brown ol Louisville visited Mrs Yates last we k Quite number of young peo pie spent Sunday with Flora Wails MissBettie Cumminsj a char ming young lady of t0uisvilfe has returned lomnter spend iing several weelcs with Jennie Waters Dr Crunio5andJ1Ws Nettie- ies spent Saturday and SunI day wjth Miss fieuiso Settle Dr Arthur Edward was iIiI Louisville last week JeYesmIns Ix itii h Iy t t a rB Sore Chest Frost BItescall Sotawc of the Skin and Muscles cLcG k Joo BottlesAll ists- thMaeQtJ Haydori Lc HOW MANY HANDS po you suppose dip into that bulk coffee before you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight packages no chance fpr handling or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fresh and Fragrant BURGLARIOUS STARS Mnneta and Sana May Pick Up 31lnor Solar Dodlei Jupiter Is much the biggest member ot the fnmily of stars which revolve around our sun consequently the power of his attraction Is greater than that possessed for Instance by the cant Jupiters exploits as a burglar have caused very consiaerablo annoyance and inconvenience to astronomers In the days before his powers were fully recpgnlzed In 1770 there appeared a fine comet which was frfund to have an elliptical orbit round toe sun of comparatively I a size that Mr Lexell its dIscos rer calculated it would return in five and a half years but in 1775 telescopes were vainly focused on the spot where It vas expected toreappear and again In t7Sl it disappointed all observers Mr Lexell plunged Into fresh calcula ions and after niuch research found rhojt Jupiter was the culprit The un ortunate comet had been rash enough to plunge into the sphere of the giant planets attraction with the result that it had been completely diverted from Its former orbit and flung ort into quite a different one of a twenty year period tbns never been seen again by anyone on this earth and probably never will be Jupiter was also responsible for the delay which occurred In the return of that splendid visitant known as Hal leys comet Halley found that he was not the first discoverer of this big con et It had appeared ct least twice pre viously once seventyfive years before and again seventysix years before that The astronomer concluded that there would be a further delay in its third return and predicted that Its next ap pearance would be 518 days later lie did not live tojsee it But in 1758 the year he hid prophesied for its rear pearance astronomers were waiting for It HUMORS OF MUSICAL LIFE Amu Iinr PrAnk the Brrntle Type IMnycd With a Composer Miss Maude Valerie White author of numerous popular songs has d a number of anvcdotes many of thAu at her own expense I suppose shinonce wrote In tlie Coruhlll Magazine nIl composers have had a laugh over the extraordinary mistakes which some times Our in the first proofs of their songs I remember years ago writing a very sentimental song in which the line occurredSIveViever once regretted the vow I made that day My feelings inay be imagined when I found they had printed Ive never once regretted the row I made that day Miss White also told about an amus Ing mistake which occurred in 4the pro gramme of one of her concerts A well known singer and very good friend of mine was do yn to sing my two soiJgs Tt Marry and Crabbed Age and Youth lint the newspaper nounced something very different Nott content with drawlngjiip a programme of Jiiy concert it drew up a programme of my future for I read as follows Mr flank ToMarry SMaude Valeria WhU Crabbed Age and Youth As I am a good many years old r than the friend in question thejcoincldence struck me as particularly funny and I cut the programme out of the new paper ifnd sent it to him Ry the first mall next morning I received snide itical cutting from him with an Inquiry whether he wasto take this as a form al announcement of our engagement end expressing a mild surprise that he had not been consulted In the matter- A QalcU Vltted Partridge Nesting upon the ground the par- trIdge is likely to be disturbed A WijJ of this spoclea was once startled by a plow passing within a yard or so of its nest Destruction was almost a cer ttainty as the plow must pass entirely over It ip the next rounfl and the borer wondered how the partridge xvonld act The time necessary for go ng around thetteld was about twenty minutes yet In that almost Incredible period the parent birds had crte ted the rqmoval of souie twVntypne yeggs ton tJOdttJO hedge out of reach of the plow Nineteen partridge chicks wcfe eventually latched 1Lonl I TheInffe iloa Magpie IngenIous1 nest iritk thorn branches that to ensyninttepietb build Iii alpiv bush orhidge- an absence of lofty trees being n snarl UUesbealso tlio entire bush In a most formldai bIn ininner7Noka eslie stop here To make sstncedonbJe sure he fash IIons a moahof exit nswell as entrSnce to tbcnstleBofhnf If disturbed he can slip out by his back ido ras it were1 SIClnWb lylmts the mailer In ul1t CnsletonYes on my ncrvesg I caat iakCjiip juy mind whethcrtUc fe gOI nUo raariy me ot notiTrDeffdlt FrcgJres 4S 0 1tyto flet Oft Wan tnnnorr Won d e Jf Gabsky tlll recIte fdc ine at my little party this evenla7 DunncFjil will unless you know some ia jet undiscovered yfo pre teat llk altl ore merfc 1II e tT1 I A NAVAL ACADEMY DAY III The Rlnia Boailne That Ralea the Mfddie VaUin ff Uoar Let us looktfor a moment at the di I vision Qf time In a week in the acadcr my The morning gun awakens the I f youngmtdslilpman at oclock He nnlappear Xor roll call When this Is over tie and his comrades march at once to I breakfast It is then about twenty min utes before 7 oclock After brpakfast a short prayer is offered by the chap lain The meal is over by 730 and then there is the sick call Twenty minutes later the midshipmen must be in their rooms ready to go to their first recitation At 755 they form and march to their classes In squads At 8 oclock they are called to order in their classrooms The actual work of the day has begun eaziand there has been no lag 1Inthem long to go from one building to another For each midshipman then are three recitation periods of trs hours each Halt of each period Is voted to study half to actual reclta tlon In class The first period Is from 8 to 10 oclock in the morning the second period from 1015 to 1215 oclock and the third period from 2 oclock to 4 in the afternoon Between 1215 and 2 oclock the midshipmen qpt their dinner and have n few minutes afterward for rest At 4 oclock all the class work Is over but not the work of the day for then comes the call to drill Drill lasts an hour and a half and It is work too for the naval officer must know thoroughly tho infantry and ar tillery practice of the soldier as well as his own particular branch of the pro fesslon of being ready to fight When his task is over at 50 the midshipman has an hour and a half of recrea tion This Is the playtime of the day The boys are then on the athletic field engaged In football or baseball practice depending on the time of tho year sailing In catboats onjthe harbor or in dulging in other amusements that they mny choose But during that hour they are still under thoirules governing gen eral conduct When 655 comes the men are called to supper and at 730 the mlddhipmen must be in their rooms again and at their books The study period is two hours long There Is a half hours re laxation before bedtime during Which the young men may visit each othen rooms but at 10 oclock all lights taut be out For five days In the week this Is the unvarying routine with the exception of two hours liberty Wednesday afternoon for the first class On Saturday and Sunday there Is a change Vary ing with the length of time which they hnvje spent In the academy grantefl to all midshipmen on therI two days of the week The members all four elates are permitted to leethe grounds after the roll call to din ner but they must return before tL formation for supper After the supper call the members of the first and sec ond classes have permission to go again beyond the academic limits but they are required to be back by 030 They runs or may riot eat their supper at tbo Academy mess as they desire but they must nhvriys report for roll call In tnls way Jtbe authorities of the institu tion keep a finger on them Leslie Weekly An Impromptu Explanation The learned Person was staying one time whit a well known canon of Ely named Jeremiah King One day at dliner when they had got Into dla cusslon upon questions of etymology Person gave a derivation which King considered to be so farfetched as to be quite ridiculous You might as weyl say said King that my nnnJo lacer nectM with cucumber Possibly there was a cucumber on the table And sa lt Is said Porson How so asked King WIry thus Jeremiah King b yC contraction Jerry King Jerry King by contracUon and metathesis Gherkin and gherkin we know Is a cucumber pickled When nobeiplerKe Va Stung Under the terror Robespierre used to play a peaceful game of chess at the Cafe Regence and the sjory Is told ot- a youth who one challenged him and bent him twice Robespierre after his detent asked how much he owed no stakes having been previously hotThe supposed youth who In reality was a girl In mans clothes presented an der for the release officer lover tram prison anti Robespierre signed It poleon KonaparteUurlng his consulship was soon nt the famous cafe but e showed himself no tactician at chess London Telegraph Jolt In Hard Luck Irnte Guest to waiter Look herel Didnt Iv ordc a Bwlu cheese sand wlch7IoiLteWnlterTea sir and there it is1 d Irate Guest There are two slices of bread but can you find any clicee on them t Polite Walter rip sorry sir The cheese Is there all right only you hap Nlld to lilt on one of the holes New York Times She WouId have Had Slid GlaR yes I refused him twana man who has known sptruwr indncqulfed wisdom IWIth But mydenr hcivoulti havq vty soon filled Hint bill If you had ac cepted lilmPuek nope says tous at every momentt Go en Go oul nod leads us thus to the graveDe Malutcnon The day after man quits work he Is In the way Jftchlson Globe 2xa Knew Sir valter anus In a booklet called S lr Walter Scott and His Country jjpDlUhejI In Edit burgh thejtfQttor quotes this reminis cence troll an old Snarl lie met who had known the romancer Aye he minded Sir Walter fineul seen him driving out lu bis carriage and pair wl Tom Pu lie on the box seat Hej had on shepherds tartan pMald had a glengarry cap wltwa black ribbons hanging dpon the back mind his dowg tae Maidn he cad it ind Jin nfu work he made ower the beast But lie was as pleasant a man as you could speak to though hewnsna thought anuckle of its a pleader wheti they made him tehlrrK 0 Selkirk IB ItIt his bulks youro spemng on On aye yell find his bulks hop the hoqseI Carved on tbe Tomb ot laftallu IDhis extract irom TngnllsVessaj orlf bOwlderWMn the fitful tevrto ended and the foolish wrangle of the market andto J rum is closed grasa heals over the sears which our descent Into the boson of the earth had made and the carpet of the Infant ieoone3 the blanket of the deadransasCity Stat i T c To Core ft CoU in One Jiromo 2IIIN TsS AAN IIWpast Ja s DiI Illu 1TU jliji iiiiwwlWiwliwwvril c HViiI3 a FI t i Tk FanoFSf t SuppJyop Jr IJ f ir i cF4t 4 1i THOMPSON 4 GBE18 i IIses a get your Supply oi f i5s 0 t FIELD SEE1S1 Xr C Of all kinds Agents for OLD HiCKORY WAGNS and for the Belebrated C ELLWOODSTEELW1BEFENe Our line opuggies for the Spring Trade is 1egimniBg to arrive and is more elaborate than ever S COAL in anY Quantity itlowst Prices j a I + ft + THOMPSON fe GBEESir I ocf PRJtj FJ J bKY 3lm m m mIft M 1 Bh1iousH lDizz Headache Pain syourItItliverl I Use Ayers Pil s vegetableSold Want your moustache or beurl beautiful brows or rich Made Ue- BUCK1NGHAMS DYE mnCftOI oaL XL eITen at Tt mt GusThe Idea of his saying I bad more money than brains Quite rldlc ulous JackThatGus Of course Why I havent got t cent JackWell 7PhIlndelphlt Ledger Cornea HUfb Krilcker Experience Is the best teacher Bockcr WeH arent we always rals ng her salary Harpers Bazar 10 C4MPAI6N Aviy Taken in excharicreo fur+ QnJfhing In our lineexcept our f Gas Ma 4 chineWe will not dispose r it at all But we have over r Qj 300000 SHffifiEES That we must selilby the November eiectidn and now ift the timej to get a good cash banraiM 511dr1 e LlurTb C I 1i L LIST or CLAIMS Allowed by the Fiscal Court at October term 190 2 Ballard T E 6 15 Booker W F i 40 f5 Catlett G D 20610r iningham Duncan 8 9 Croake Byron i 150 Derr Molanc1u 862 00 Same 49 5 Edelen Mrs Geo rr 800 Edefen Geo 4 80 Haydon Barber 860 Same ia 41 Same 4 20 Same 160 Hughes Rosa A 200 EJaydori +Robertson 88 4 Haydon tfj 2750 Same 2500 Graves Frank 14JX Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire 17 82 Ishara EB 2 00 SameS 2200 Lampton J H Dr 500 Mudd Clarence Dr V l 10300 Same 15 00- Same 4 6QO McElroy Shultz 83 C5 Masters Ed 6 W Sutherland Jno Dr v 1000 Scott J H 5 OQ ScottWHJH80Di Smock S J Dr 8000 Thompson R Ai f i 125 40 W09dCampbel1 325 PulinDODr- 800 Robards J B DrS i 6 QO Robertson G D Son 1 9- Phe 0 following allowances made torCounty officers atthe same term Litsey B L County Judge 500 00 Mayes T S County Attorney 425 00 Croake Byron Sheriff n 150 00 Booker W F County Clerk 15000 Campbell P M Circuit Clerk H 12500 OQHushClaims allowed at the April term of Fiscal CourtI 1 1903 i BooUer W Fn h trll 25 CatldtH G D 19950 Croalte Byron tt 6 76- S 75amDerr MolandSV 418 50 IshamRRi tvvvt 2400 K 7CJeenf fr nfnrr mniMZ T M to j 110 6OS A o 00 SameFSatO H j NfiliT e qo Mast8rsEdfVn iVvfv I 82 00 0 bourne J So e vvv 12 75 MuddJCDt5- I J iv v 51 00 ThompsdnDC MrsvMVl VM l lH 40- CIaimsaUoedInthe Robti Mellvo roftcl loUo Prathei5JTCornmloer1 j p 00 DohoueyQips t YPittersOi Jarnes1Suvyor j5 sU 71Hendren lfm V I trv v r 2JQ Steel BUbV Y u if fr 4cxMollvoy 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cal Happenings of rest1 The Fr thtt and Latesti3 All A Yr ir Friends sad Acquaintancesf School books exchanged at Wood CaJIiPbe11s4 stDailyCampbells Drugstore I Buy you1 fruit jars and your su orgar1 gurefspd water not milk diluted served with shaved ice at Joseph JL Shad rs Nice fat hensj eggs andchoicg frying chickens always on hand atPbulimrHouser Wood 1k1thpbel1 will take ydur subscriptibn fat any pnpel- magaz1e published Anew supply iof bath balls verlowjv Jl tW YiI1 be fail wee and the Springifeid fair this year will be the lest forbears Every body should turn outcoFOR SALE Best store andIJI stand in Pulaski county Address3onTJRUMMER fMcKif tiFememberbnly place in town where the ebrated old M Kenna whiskey onnthe coolest and freshest beerH J W Riedel has moved his saloon into the new Searcy 1 building adjoining his old standI where everything will be found be neat and new except the old McKenna whiskey which is at goods but not new FAHM FOB SALE One of the best farms in Washington county r sale Contains about 400 acres For further information quire of H R THOMPSON SpringfieJJ Ky Tile peQple of Springfield willl given a treat all of next weekI the appearance of the Lehr iUiams Comedy Co at thejj pera rouse A good show aCpopular prices Better secure yo thureekt Wood Cambbel1st IffHave you made up your mind attend tbe Nelson county fair beginning at Bardstown Tues y September 1st and con i tinuing five days The fair grounds pretty and attractive Floral Hall display excellent Large premiums Fine stock h and many new and novel fea res have been added Dont rget the date September 1 2 4 and 5 Will McElroy a welLJniown nejgrd man ofthis plact vas shot d killed at Indianapolis last week by David Isaacs a whiteA an Both were working on a railroad section and quarreledI Were dead man were brought here and buried on Tuesday morning M hcElroyI ur children here about sixe months ago and went to India clapolisi The Lehr WilliamaComedy boment at the Opera House nextt onday August 24i with an ex cellent company of stage artists T Chisnies on the road and carries some lever specialty performers A flti dntirenight Popular prices will eacI prdvail15 25 and 35 cents e dervedmpbells drug storeIl I Mr John L Siler sold to John Mayes Tuesday one of the handsomest teams of black horses ever sold in Springfield Mr Mayes will use the horses as a hearae team The price paid I iven is at 500 Mr Siler who cajne here rom Lincoln county several months ago is an expel rienced horseman and has em barked regularly into the busk ness of handling fine horses tij i has on h1d1flOW qute5a number of good oneff and itis lila pur pose to buy and sell good horses and thereby keep Springfields reputation up asag904 horso market r Wiiid1gingai trencborDSS wiwtE pipfHt fIL1p fttreeie workmen nnerttted Tuiay iveralbUman bon sTte boDHbad evidently been in th ground for many years and consisted of one oltbe lower bonesof theleifandapart ofr i9fi 2J orlribsorl reet was paved as far back assi 83 and the body must have been buried before that time and may have been that of an Indian early settleraf tiEd tti llad1ekiH Hays who lives in the unty north of this place created considerable excitement in and abut the Court House here last Monday during a session Quarterly Cpurt Hays was a witness in a case involving some mber which had been sold While pn the witness stand Hays was being pushed pretty close bye of the attorneys during cross examination and lost his head e cursed the attorney and hadj to be taken from the court room by an officer Later on Judge Li pltsayand ordered him to jail for com tempt of court At this Hays againl allowed his dander to getup and declared that there was no gitenoughhim or words to that effect Of fleer A 0 Kimball and Jailer George Catlett undertook to per suade the gentleman to change hi brsgive a practical demonstration of his ability as a scrapper After a desperate struggleS Hays was overpowered sented to go to jail After being a shndedjailer to be good1 if allowed to sit in the jail corridor This Jailer atlett consented to do and left e prisoner for a short time but turning in a few moments und Hays climbing through an opening that led to the UpperS corridor throughwhich he ea fisilyidence portion of the jail Mrii Catlett at once grabbed leg of the prisoner and pulled him back whereupon a desperate hand to J bandtne two in which the jailer was setting the best of it and when assistance arrived from the out side had his man cooked and his fighting ardor very much cooled Alter spending six hours in jail Hays was allowed to go home Sill Cud Young Dr Henry C Connor a ashington county boy who hadI Icbeen practicing dentistry in Louisville for several years killed I imself Itin that city last MondayI evening by taking carbolic acid The desperate deed was tho imax of a spree which he had indulged In and it is also thought to have been the result ota mott id static of mind brought on by IIheII wile some months ago Youner onnor it seems deliberately destrucIon and procuring the deadly rug drank a quantity and pro ceeding to the house of friends just as he reached the oorstep and died in the ambu lance while being taken to the hospital Henry Connor was about 27r years old and a son of Mrs M Lt Conner of Frederickstown He was a brother of Mrs Kate Williams of this place and of Miss Pearl Connor and Mr Connor He was a young JoeI friendsrwherever he had been He graduated at the Louisville Den tal college and practiced his pro fession in Louisville He married butLlheone Theremains were brought Tuesdaysnight and the burial took place atCenaetery Hill this place yes tprday afternoon The thy of the entire 0mmu n SYiout to the mother members of the family LstrkWatc Mr Ed M Russell the jewelJ rat this place has iin his pos aseuio aver watch Which is r- H H HOR- DOEJSrrrISTOFFICE RiSEiunT BUILMU Permaneiitly located SPBINGFIELD KY npt only very old but has the distinction of having been re paired by a former King 01 France before however be as med the royal garb but was a watchmaker by trade 1nthis country fIn 1796 Louis Phillippe who terwards occupied the throne olj France and bis two brothers llahded inPhiladelphia as exiles aftertrband visiting nearly aU of the principal cities they landed in Bardstown Here Louis decided to stay while his two younger others continued their travels p went by the name of Smith d set up a little sbop and began idHe remained in Bardstown for several years and affairs having become settled in France return ed to that country and was made ng The watch in Mr Russells possession bears a mark in iti showing that Louis Phillippe or Smi htIthe watchmaker re paired it in 1803 The watch was in Mr Russ Us fathers shop in Bardstown years past and is of a pattern made nearly 200 years ago Marriages iI Mr L P Riedel a young fatmer of this county and a brother of J W Riedel of this ace and Miss Bessie Boblit were married at the home of the brides parents hero llalst Thurs dayeveningMr Green and Miss Mag e Comstock were quietly married at the Baptist church here last Wednesday evening by Rev Cannon Both young people art well knoTn and popular The ide is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W T Comslock Attention farmers- I will be in Springfield Mon day August 24th to buy and ip horse and mule colts and yearling mues Will also buy adfew broke mules from four toc eight years old WtrrERHUN A Correction Bloomfield Ky Aug14 1903 Editor NEWSLEADER Spring eld Ky Dear Sir We notice in your paper of August 13 that you made a great mistake in the score of the game of base bill played here Tuesday August11a y Springfield vs Bloomfield Stars You had the score 8 to 5 We wish you would please con rect the scores as we have a clean card for this year and have never been beaten by any team The scores for both games were the morning game 0 to 1ani the evening game 14 to 8 both InD our favor Yours Respty Star Base Ball Club Some of the Springfield bos s ame home from the Bloomfield trip and gave out the report that sheyccounts for the publication for Sale A farm of 425 acres situatedI near Booker station well watered I and in good state of cultivation Will sell as a whole or in tracts to suit purchaser Tiis farm is wen timbered and is nine tobacco lland For price and other in fformation call on or address J C MANN Booker KyI For Sale My farm on Bloomfield pike at Valley Hill railroad station 14HI acres productive lime stone land Good dwelling extra good stock barn large new tobacco barn and never failing water for stock fine well at house and barn Price and terms reasonable Also have option on several other farms for sale J G MANSFIELD 3t Springfield Ky for Sale Seven room residence on Eas Main Street Applyto tf HB HORD Notice To Taxpayers All taxpayers of Washingtoni county aro hereby notified thatt taxes forthe year 1908 are now due and prompt settlement of same is requested Also all per sons owing back taxes will take notice that if samq rire not settled at once they wfll be pro Deeded against bylaw- BYRONCa9AXESher ff of Washington Countytt Si r IIti IiliiiiiIIViwWi j j iWiwf SHIRTS3 f 500 1 fi 150 Each The greatest line of them ever shown i hi3S Spingfie1dS if JJNew Thugs in Collars and Neckwear p7 j EiJust received a nice lot of IJITEf I VESTS young men tI The latest styles in MENS HATS gC can always be found here E iiOur Prices are Always Right e We have a few broken lots of g Shirts Shoes and Hats which we are i selling at Bargain pries You should fseethemS g ROBERTSON BROS Springfield Ky IEv mro m Snlf If 1i tmt mt PER6UNAL Mr and Mrs J L Allen are at French Lick SprhigsLyMr James Hugbes of Bloom field was in town yesterday Mrs William Carrithers ofsh Louisville is visiting relatives here MissClara McClellan has re tnrnedJfrom an extended visit to G cr1asgowMisses Sallie McElroy and Annie McOhord went to Tatham y esterthyIi Mr and Mrs Finley Scruggs le yesterday forMount Clemens jM ichigananW D Claybrodke W O Reid and Spalding Clements were in Lebanon SundayEMessrs Byon Parks and Eras tu pasa visit to Atlantic CityroMiss Davis VanArsdale has frturnedre I relatives at Harrodsburgro Mr and Mrs James Cokent lpher of Chaplin spent Fri dj niayMessrs A C Kimball a Marshall Duncan are attending the Lawrenc burg fair this week James Thompson has resumed h is position with Haydon Bar b prerphoid fever Rev and Mrs William Davis of Bloomfield spent Sunday last t the home of Mr and Mrs A C McElroy Mr and Mrs Foster Ray and Mrs William Hawkins pissed t ofhroughRays big automobiletSl Mr and Mrs Allan Mueller and two children of Washington C have taken rooms at The laWaltonMiss Catherine Russell who jhas been in Bardstown for sever- all weeks has returned home to tay and is with her father as pticianwLieut Will Reed who is on aWfurlough came in last week from Ft Kehoe Montana He re turned with his regiment in the spring from Manila where he h badt 0hinksWashington countyteThe following Springfield pec pie were at Crab Orchard last week Mr and Mrs G C Me Chord Misses Laura McCbord Katie Cain and Lucy Selecman a Messrs LP South and Will Hagan and Mesdames J BI Robertson George Robeitson and Miss Mattie Robertson CASTOR IIAPer Infants aid Children flu KifliYiHHin Always BHlil Sears the Slgnatvwof Adrnintsirafors Notice All persons haying claims against the estate of N P Thompson deceased are notified to present same tomeproperJyI proven for settlement oa or be fore September 1st Jfi03 HOST M THOMPSON A m1nirtrator- rF rtttnt Room formerly occupied bf postofflce also roojn on next floor above Fire light ndI water lurnisbgd Inquire at People Deposit Bank Commissioners Sale G W RosSc Puffs Ann Hill c Delta By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1803 in tbe above cause I all proceed to offer for sale at SOrt House dbor In Springfield ON MONDAY AUGUST 24 1P03 at 2 oclock pm or th reabont be highestdderedic of 6 and 12 months the fol wing described property towit A tract of land lying and being in Washington county Ky on the waters of Glens Creek and thus bounded towit Beginning at1 a cluster of hickory bushes on south side of Cornishville and Cross Roads pike cor to Dave Ross thence with Jiisline S 9 E 37 poles to 2 a stake cor of fence now cor to said Ross d H C Sbewmaker thence with tbefenceother fence also cor to said Shew aker thence with said Shewmaker ast 104 poles 4 to astone in an old private pasaway cor to Hose Bakes ssing Parrots cpr in a small anch at Aat the distance of 79 25 les from figure 3 from said Par tts cor same Course continued 28 35 poleato said Bakers cor at 4 om said Bakers cor make a direct e running N 15 E105 poles to a int in the middle of an old dirt ad running with its meanders ereof 5237 poles to 6 point inthc middle of said Cornishville and Cross- Roads pike 12882 poles to the begin ng containing acres 3 roods and- S poles For the purchase price the pur approvedsecuritybonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having Judgmentddersomptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY M C W C C Commissioners Sale Maggie Kellrc puffs EquityJfBy virtue of a Judgment and order sate of the Washington circuit urt rendered at tbe October ternIthereof 1902 in the above abfll proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 24 1903 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be g county court dav to the highest bi dder at public auction upona creditor 0 and 1 2 months the following described property towit A trct of land situated in Wash togtoa county Ky on the waters of Rock Run and thus bounded on the north bytbe lands of Mrs Elizabeth lement and William Mock on the est by the county road oabO soutl b the lands of Stepuen Wheatley and illiam Edwordi and on the east by tbe lands of Mrs Elizabeth Clements containing 90 acres For the purchase price the par chasei or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute ond bearing legal interest from date sale until paid and having the force nd effect of a Judgment Bidden iii be required to comply With these rms- THQS A MEDLEY M C wc b Strength and vigor come of good food duly digestedFoce- readytoserve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustaIns nourishes invigoratee A Brilliant Retort After dinner speaking is an art and like many other arts Its excellence has much to do with the mood of the artist Some of tha best of our after dinner speakers sometimes tailbut1tls not often that failure resuftafin the enrich ment of tho worlds lion of epigram as it did in the case of Lord Enklne many years ago When Lord Ersklne was made v tbpnorablebodhe he made an after dinner speech on the occasion of lila first appearance amont then as a member Upon hlsreturn said to a friend I spoke today and stammered and h esltatedItheopen1ngS You alnI1tlounder wt the reply Ibut thought you Udsolnc- ompUnienttotbetllhmongers Tke Prattle e a BrlgfcipkUa Atttst Jfcctnaot be deale t the flue tions of children becomev Irksome but who would wish a child to Mfc iwiquea tipns Jnliua Sturm tl1s1 te one of hbr pretty fairy tales how graadfather driTen into impatience by tfct ccwtant questionings of his grandckUdj x claimed I wish your tongat rere out of jolntl But when unexpectedly ilta wjsh was fulfilled and the child bccanifl dumb how he Joyfully excbB ed one of the two years whick M tagel oA prophesied be was yet to live toitbe privilege of hearing the little doecprat tlfgalnl Cd Fancy Groceries 4ft addition to a reliable line of staplegr ojeriesr Ii have a nice line of fancy goods 10 appeal to betterlII want you to see mytfine of 1 Specialties iIN cais and Bottles re t v T Also have on hand fresh i itsai vegetables in d season B j S M1VES JR 8 l THBCORNBRGROCER fIW ii1 Q1 x iI Fair FinishingsD 41 F clRS I IIMen WOmen and Ghttenl Now is the time for the Ladies and Misses to jbnyiS Wash Dresses Shirt waist andW isfings Outing irts Ic We are offering J 50cSilkOinghams and Silk tissues S f I ff40c25c Satin Stripe Ginghams for 16c 25c Lawns and Organdies for I5c w 20Q Lawns and GinghamsfK I2cV 12c Plain and Lace Striper Lawns 9c J A nice assortment of Ladies Black w MissesBlueSkirts These goods areyery popular J sand we are making special prices on fa themi on We are making heavy cUts iihthb price I I GLOTHING1OOSuitsfor1bQb c4I25O Suits for 850 J v 1OOO Suits for 675800 Suits r 500 500 Suits for 300 aV I andctheir value are offering our ntire Slbodfc IIWe prices to make room for n Fall ano Winter Stockv r We always make Special pricesic- rCKSH BUVERS Yours VerY Respectfully i Gnp i1gb in Duuian 10 W tS t JOHN 5 MCLROY h 6fNERAtISSUR4N A61T9 r fe Fierrds c fpt f s j i 3tx bYGNeakanybunssfQfi t t 7 olIve ith YoU do t want It Tlaett AyersMalaria i4 WiSIIiRDtaittt r The maltreated horse is past to be herd through his friends the Societies for the Prevention of tJrurit r to Animals More overy President Roojevelt and j Secretary Root have taken up iV the CuHol the abused army iii horsT Very soon after the I t President entered the Whit jl House he said that the horses f used by him should baye long tosuiferAi inr insects In his last message l ttjtoConsrress Ir1esident Roosevelt re3omended that army horses jghduid not be sold nt public auc ti j1S had been the practice but whcn aged or infirm should Tbe used as far as might be cpn sistent with kindness for light draught about the army posts and when no longer useful t should be humanelyput to death The tJedretary of War hWissued- a general order with the inten f tion of preventing cruelty to V horses in the military service i 1 uAny altercation in the length op shape of the tails manes or forelocks of public horses by r docking banging or clipping is hereby prohibited and only such t reasonable trimming and pluck dbt f shaggihess of appearance will be permitted JJ r i Your correspondent recently attended an auction at the Horse t Ba2ar in Washingtonj and ob served that the horses put up for sale were all smart looking r docktailed animals and inquir t ft ing thern reason from a dealer who stood by was told that the docktailed horses were rapidJY r g fng out of fashion and there vWas so much opposition to them by jtho Humane Societies all over the country that the7ad was dy lug out ThePresidents pIe as well as the exampf 4 King Edward of England will doubtless have muchtodo ini pevenling tthe muliiation of horses by cutting off that contin nation of the back bone called the tail f While on thissubject it may be noted that many State Legis latures have passed laws pre vntingtbe destruction of birds ome of them preventing the im f portation of birds feathersl resuttoriIf these wholesome 1svs is already itZRfeathered song birds in many lol calities and in the decrease off pestiferous insects and those thatiafe injurious to fruits arid crops I am toliLalsothat it is wo no Ioner good form for ladies jo use lite plumage of birds for v hat and bonnet decoration The President has written to GernorDurbinof Indiana a i letter that pontalns a homily on tthesbject of lynching which has compelled expressions of a p pruval from members of Jill par Mies in all parts of the country Mr Roosevelt dwells with em fphasis on the fact that the vio lation of the laws of the land by a 5ynchers weakens ihe power of fr the law and the respect in which itfis held by all persons andthus J white serving to satisfy a desire for vengeance on the part of the jcommuhity guilty of taking the lawTo to its nl ndit lays that and every other community 1 A open tot1e danger of that same disrespect of lawwhich occa sioned the original lynching f t b c THE PRISONER Who escapes from jjail is by no meass Iwand pumahment is written over against his name SOouor late he will be caught again and yl bear added punish leSt for his short escape fromhlicclL Those who by the tit se of palUative powders and tablets escape for a time fbm the sufi rings of dyspepsia are m the same condition I the escaped pris Loner Soon or late they will go back to the old condition sd YIU1 added peklty nleue for temporary Dr Picrces Gold ca Medical Discov try cures dyspepsia and other diseases Ief the stomach and organs of digestion sad nutrition Its clues are lsetisg Por abo t two years iiered from a very obeUsate case of dyn I IIas writes K 8ecord1Iq or IOA1e Toruals 0atam ltnoraher of TtmnMuij out ueceM I li 1Mt ttlUibaUleJa lt 1wazsofargoneth1ce 5aol kKuyMlid food oa myiioasack b a lltI a kit aiMcboly sad depreaeL cwMMf or follow layocca Uill l4imk MitWa Md f i t eo J tMK boftiaqsed a J fC I ey 4fpfdr Acctitiite JOrGOdest Jled I1 Thate JeMtJj1a toJDr disease of the stomch I Th Ood4Inn Pd1etaw1IWcJ 4tm avtrSi a w r EY SF Did Not Close For a vlcek Heartiixe Eafa cufledDrMiltesHeart Cure and Nerrine Cured Me There U nothing more neceuuiry to nealth thansleep and rest If these are denied you if you rise In the morning more tired than Kthef weakorthre is an iuherted tendency In that direction your weakened nerves will soon to affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble pr Miles her vine is anenre tonic which quiets the berns so that sleep may come and it qoickly re stores the weakened nerves to health and strength l3rJ Iiles Heart Cure Is a greatSblood and heart tonic which regulates theseSLion of the heart enriches the blood proves the circulation SomeLwlthheart trouble At tunes my heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it would ShoursI could get One weel In last September iSgotDrMUesNervuied burg after spendmg m medK cines and doctors in Lpuiivillc bhelbyrille Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg Hfromfrom all the doctors and their medicines 1 think everybody ought to know of the msr velous power contafnedln your remedies W lL HOGRE5FoCreekICY All druggiiti sell andguarantee firsfbot ItJeDrfMUeaRemedies Send for free book 3ervonrand Diseases Address Ir Miles Medical CciElkhartInd v n The laws DeIal There can be no adequate ex cuse for lyncn law But the un- eniable and shameful delays in the administration of justice fur nish a ground of justification for itsi atrocities whiclitbe defenders of mob rule aretoqreadto urge As a rule our punitive llaws are fframed by lawyers who would know how tbsO amend them as to quicken their operation with out denial of right to persons charged with crime Bat it is not in the intel st of the profesS sion to do away with any of the quiddifc and quillets by whicia llawyers are enabled to hand of justice They find profit IIn their demurrers and appeals and the code is so constituted that delay may be readily prow llonged as long as any criminal has the money to pay for it Such a condition of affairs cans not continuewitboJlttl1egravestc- ODsequenc The repetitions of lynchings north and southt and other and less ominous out breaks of mob fury so serious in their menace to the public orderI as to require military suppresS sion clearly indicate the necessity of a sharper and shorter means of attaining to the punishment of crime Such a weight of public opinion must be brought upon the lawyers in the legislatures that they will amend IheJraw in the interest of good order even if there shall folow some abatemerit of their profits Tho courts can also well consider the necessity of putting a spur upon the heels of justice steps shall be taken UulesssprneI tendency to mob rule the country will find itself on the high road to anarchy Ex When you want a physic that is mildl La and gentle easy to fake and certain to act always nse Chamberlains Stom byHaydon Eat All You Want Persons troubled wittt indigestion or pypeDsla Can eat all they want if tI1CYt will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cured This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestion and assimilation bi all of the wholesome food that may be eaten and enables the difjeBtfve organs to transforn the same Into the klud of blood that gives Ilhealth and strength Sold by C J Haydon Thornes Break Lexingingtonr Col Bill Thornps Break in nom Breckmridgifor Henrycounty Statesman as fol lowsCol vegottenhold refreshments to make him say he wanted to vote for a man for Congress who has fought Democ racy since it turned him down with a venom unequalled by th bitterest Heplibllcan and who even now appears io W taking the part of one who hatwic e been convicted of conspiring to assassinate the man who dared to assert his rights under thei constitution Ttfo gentleman from Henry is not making any votes foi JiioaselfirHhetfcket he theSimucISA tl J f JIj A littlo over a yrgprJohn DiyirPlQSborHyattertbis suffet withi ii j6tanpin in the lrfahat afc times UaS filtnosfc na2akIe She began to think tbalher luni r f c J Dr1NaUtNrlJs NAIIPrtf Tth RBMARKft tcSWILLISBURG 4S Ed Misters List B Bl ur 5caJohsLBarnes Athens 1 Insolvent Barr Eobert 1 Insolvent J fndeyi Zr smusL 1 Insolvent lvth Gorge 1 Insolvent tCarrier Chas 1 Insolvent s1f jf lIsWlley L5I Left county tGibson Peter i 1 Insolvent HardlnNewellr1 l Insolvent dIi 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InsolventPcountyRobinsoncountyRichardsoncountyScroghamSearcy Henry 1 Insolvent Scroghams Leu 1 Insolvent Solomon 1 Insolvent Elijah 1 Insolvent ountyVoorhees HENDREN Burton Benjamin 1 Not found Burton James 1 Not found Burton John I Insolvent ere effected and that she was going into consumption but a few days ago the sufferer felt a stinging sensation between her shoulders and got her husband to examine the place Very much to his surprise be saw something protruding from the skin and withconsiQerable difficulty pulled Iit out and it proved to be a pin ince then toe lady has suffered no pain and is rapidly regaining her health Her trouble was not attributed to her having swal llowed the pin for she had for gotten the occurrence until it was extractedHarrodsburg Herald PISCATORY STUPIDITY The ViAfm Capalty Pot Lrntag Is Paltfly Coatiaatd Most fishes seek their food bj sight laYS Professor Edmund Clark Banford ini the International Quarterly and these do not usually notico it by any other sense But those that are accustomed to find it 1JYlJPell seldom pay any attention to It whoa they merely s eeAtSCatfish depend principally on the sense of taste and they seem to taste ll over not only in the mouth but by the outer skin as far back as the tall fin It is uncertain whether fishes can feel pain or not There is a good deal of evidence to show that they cannot A fish that has lost Its sight may learn to avoid an obstacle after swim thing against It a single time but fishes that can see will Jump against the plate glass wall of an aquarium day after ay sometimes for a year in the effort to catch things outside The elements of consciousness in the mind of a fish foot up a total equiva lent perhaps to the lowest idiocy when measured by human standards It is possible that the fishs capacity for llearning Is about on a level with that of a man in deep sleep or preoccupa tion Bird That Kzcrcli Iugenai tr Birds building on hIgh trees are not so wary about the concealment of their negUuas hedge builders and those that seek the springing corn or grass land for the shelter of their homes trusting to the loftiness of situation for secu rlty A nest placed upon the ground is in constant danger of exposure A dThenatonally lays bare one or more nests thereby endangering the egg or callow nestlings This renders tho parent birds very wary and causes them to practice great ingenuity In their ef forts to the birds gbepitsafter an exposure of the nest and It has been Bald Its long hind claw the use of which has puzzled many natu ralists Is specially adapted by nature for more easily grasping and transport ing its treasures from tho source of danger Whenl the young birds are too bulky to lib thus removed tho parent bird carries them on its back though this mode of removal is a somewhat aimcuitoneLondon TitBits flonnfloa Like aWiuitplayipgsltNo the piano ii out otttuneV eBrooklynTlnirtuWJtkitho Persians the writing of I yWgarIliWhe n mfln meets his wife Inn rail road station he never kn6wsywhethe- rtoklsa her before all the people or to pretend that he is Just a friend of the family New York Press A mans strength develops WbOnbEI has something to do not wk Jdl Atcblson Glob 7 foundCurrycountyFarrlsInsolventFosterGardner J Wu 1 Insolvent Hendren Tom J Insolvent l InsolventHellard CJohnoncpuntyKayes y 1LongLoweryvCarlw 1 Insolvent Lewis Jim 1 Left county LeftcountydIlburnMatherly Isaiahi 1 Insolvent lventRNotfoundReed insolventVtawcountyWard1IlnorKaysJames BRUSH dROVEr rneolventBurnsNotfoundBunchFIankJln CuiBihger James H 1 Insolvent InsolventOheser foundCutsingerInsolventCumleyCutainger Martin 1 1 Insolvent foundDeanInsolventhreemanlnsohentHardinfoundHatchettInsolTentHardinInsolventHeliardInsolventHardin StateHellardInsolventHoltInsolventHatchett1 InsolventHardin InsolventHill foundKeelInfoundKeelingInsolventKeelingLewis W T InsolentI InsolventLewlsSFMatherly John 1 Insolvent InsoltentMattlngly InsQlVeQtReed InsolventTaylorInsolventTaylorInsolventTaylor COLORED LIST- WILLISBDRO Pun Tom 1 Insolvent Graves Ed Insolvent InsolventGravesInsolventHunter InsolventKeenInsolventMcKittrick ZERO AN ANCIENT TERM It Wu In Via la Babylon Thlrtjrlx- Costarica Ago The term zero which Is used to desig nate n cipher and in meteorology the entire absence of heat iu the atmos p here was according to a mathematical historian Moritz Cantor used by the Babylonians about the year 1700 B O This however is merely a supposition It has not been definitely established that zero In use any elrUer than 400 A D About this time It was used In India and several centuries later the Arabs began to employ it Through the Arabs its use became Shown to Eu ropcans during the twelfth century It was not generally adopted In Europe until several centuries later notwith standing Its great advantages For a considerable time there were two parties among the European educators One party known as the algorists fa c ored the adoption of the Hindoo system of notation falsely called Arabic with Its position values while the otherlknown as the abaclfits favored the Ro dan notation without zero or position value The general adoptlou of the Hindoo system was greatly facilitated by the facts that it was explained in most of the calendars for more than a century beginning with 1300 and that the me diaeval universities frequently offered courses devoted to the use of this iota UooCblcngQ Tribune Au American Waterloo Wellington at Waterloo anti Meado at Gettysburg each held the highlands against his antagonist Wellington on Mont Saint Jean anti Meadc on Cemetery Ridge had the blrdseye view of the forces of attack The English bat teriest on the plateau and the Union batteries on Cemetery Heights corn imanded alike the Intervening unduly tionst across which the charging col umns must advance Behind Mont Saint Jean to conceal Wellingtons movements from Napoleons eyes were the woodlands of Solgnea Behind Cemetery Ridge to conceal Mcades movements from the field glasses of Lee was a sharp deciivltp a protecting and helpful depression As the Freud under Napoleon at Waterloo so the Confederates under Leo at Gettysburg held the weaker position In both cases the assailants sought to expel their op ponents front tho stronger lines I might add mother resemblance in tbe results which followed Waterloo de creed the r1estlny of France of Eng land of Europe Gettysburg not so dl rectly or Immediately but practically ecided the fate o5 the Confederacy John B Gordon in Scrlbners Ladle Who Wore Knlrea In early English days tfnlvcs won worn by Englishwomen In Imitation of the nnelace a dagger carried at the irdle Chaucer speaks of them in Us rologue to his Canterbury Tales lHlr knives were ychnped not with brass But all With silver wrought full cleah and well In Ross church Herefordshire Is a monument to a lady of the Ruddle tam ily temp Henry VIII who wears a purse and a knife rand tells us that lknives were formerly part of the ac playtempsago ers weddingknlveaIn the Arclwcologla Mr Douce tb ntlquary wrote a paper on this prac tice of wearing knives by European1 l lcstIn the sixteenth century and iUgravlng shows a specimen of a case q f thesewdding knlves4datcd 1010 bayfltamberhmI1e1wlll gold Hlmt to Go fl have motbfngto Jejl you before I go5 he fiKfiy said Is It alldBir rysbe hastily asked Noit la it TTT short one Then I thtnko will just hay 6ae He swiftly sali CIeveland Flu Dilc I s FRUITS AND FLOWERS It never Injures an orchard to ma nure Judicious annual pruning is essential with the peach Low beaded trees resist the wind better and the fruit Is more easily picked In grafting a large tree It is best not to tryto graft the whole tree In one on certain slow growing and somewhat Incongruous stock is th best way of dwarfing In most cases the cause of moss np pearing on tbe stems of apple anti oth er fruit trees is wet cold undralnetl land The soil for roses should be rich and of such tenacity that It will hold toigether when pressed Sand and clay mixed good All wood that Is more than two yenrstod should be ait out from the currants and gooseberries They will produce move fruit even If the vines are not so large An Economical Mother Small Katherine who had been for bidden to touch the Ink bottle hadac cUlenfally spilled Its contents notonly all over her mothers desk but on the rug several elmira and her own apron Her mother on discovering the state of nffnlrs had expressed more surprise than pleasure When the fattier of thetfamily returned at ulght his little daughter wet him at the door and askedSPapa hpw much does a bottle of ink OS tOb Ohiabout5centsFive Hhe youngster in a tone of deep aggrieedI Arid to think that mamma would make all that fun about one little bot ttic of inklLlppincotts Are You Ready Got Mrs John Peters was the mother of a family ot restless children and she found dlfllculty in reducing them to quiet when the moment came for ask lug a blcsstag at the table St her course of procedure was something in this fashlor Alice b still Eddie not another word Maw dont you see your fa ther is waiting Therenow John iwNew York Tunes LIVERTROUBLES fltukDrsugbtPS 4 It cured ron atterhebad ipent SlOQjMthidocton Ulitllthemed CAIiOLINE14MtW4 If your liver does notnctren ularly go to your druggiet and secure a package of Tbedford BlackDraught and take a dose tonight This great family medicine frees the constipated bowels stirs up the torpid liter secretionofofbileThedfords Draughtwillpurities and strengthen the kid neys A torpidriiyer invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sickness and contagion Weak kidney result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptlnI used Thodfords Black Draught for liver and kidney com plaint and fonnd nothing to excel SItWILLIAM OOFPuN Maiblehead HI TKCDFORD5BLACITI tJ DRAUGHT Il L JOCKEYSTIiTR lN1NG jKEEPINGTHE WEIGHT DOWN It NOT A jpjlB6ULT PROBLEM tJAtteD alr Poos AreATetai Jdiclozis Exercise Is Can Aaatflul eIU s Lat DeZS etir asds a class Are Xt SarfaiiBV It Is a popular belief WIll known trainer said to a reporter recently that a jockeyliastoresort to all Borts of injurious practices In order to keep his weight within required limits The Idea however Is a fur stretched one Of course a jockey has to go through certain exercises each day and has to be very much more careful regarding what he puts labia stomach than most peope In order to keep his weight down rfluity ef Mat starve 5liJn entirety key must Bhyslcal t him bet he must- nst1tit1on ant things dying his it his food at It cpn ihig 65 propas potatoes key must or other- oderately ssln put Although a jocKey Jo eschew such foods there are many other vatie ties which he gets just aft much pleas ure In eating and which at the same time are equally as goodand strength ening for his constitution A few before a race a Jockey who daYsI mount In It will not stlnthlmself pro vided he has no fear of overtipplng his proper weight for the raceIn any thing which be thinks will not Inter fere with his digestive apparatus Some jockeys ot curse take on and lose flesh quicker than others r have known one or two who were par ticularly anxious to ride in certain races but for which they were perhaps much too aheavysame number of days To accomplish that however they have to resort practically to a starving diet leaving as little as the strata on the vitalitywitS permit without breaking d lug to reduce their overweight blcer Ttofrequent repetitions of such severe measures to subtract from his weight without fingUte still many willingly resort to suet get light weIght quick methods where they see good opportunities of making a name or a pile of money for them selves It must be remembered that by nature jockeys asa whole are not of sub stantial physique or imposing In height although they are as tough as whip cord If therefore to Sdtdgeeveryfaro that the nveragebuslness or work- Ingi man partakes of It Is not probable that they would increase much In weight or height Yotf often see jock ers in the big hotels and restaurants Ijnt the various racing sections after a race tucking In big and expensive din ners with a gusto and reUsh that would l give a chronic dyspeptic an appetite for hard tack Walking running cycling1 punching the bag and hurdle jumping are favor itei exercises atriong jockeys to keep their weight down On going out for a walk or run they wrap themselves la tthe thickest of woolen sweaters andS other heavy clothing no matter high the temperature may be and the exercise is kept up for a distance per haps of eight or nine miles or as we s LelyTurkish baths are also frequently In dulged In by many and they must wear excessively warm clothing after and also when going for a gallop no matter If the weather be boiling hot I should say that ten or twelve years Is the average of a jockeys ac t ire turf life Tha length of his career hillrldJngJockeys are not of a sating class and with but few exceptions I know of ndne who has ever managed to put enough money away to keep him In r1ngIup I sufficient dimensions to start In some business Like retired pugilists they have a fondness for the liquor busl ness and I know a few one time jock eys who are prospering in that trade in different parts of the country Others again become bdbkles poolroom keep leraenable them to gratify their Inveterate love for gambling know of only oqe lexjockerule lie retired some years ago with 50000 to his credit and be Immedi ately went Into the real estate business In New Jersey Today ho Is eng well Ho was fortunate enough however to receive a good common scooiecijcoItion In lila earjy thats 4 thing1 jockeys very rarely get Outside of their knowledge of horse manship the great juajorlfy are as Ignorant as red Indians Now York Times Money Talk I suppose Dumley llKea to argue as much as ever and Is continually worst ed as usual No lies more successful DOw sine he 1Whnt thAtjItttltSIIthAtj call a run of luck I got away Ex change Prelr Ornamental njdoeyeglass of yohri Gowge My dear fellah 1 see with the other eyeSan FraU lsco WIsP l t The TrrlM Faith Mrs OHarar how d ye till t 4 iICASWPttDhzinisIts Moke7Haryard anipoov kHntetemper that nbvcp tires 1itHlt1uckj that hurts Charlesnever Pickets l Don l woflc sd Ikmtthal when the Is a ruJ the fa s 1tGmpcrooa day off Atchlson Globe h J 0 0 t r r5T r 0 Diili1Tue I JiII bim use tot ICIJs1 aMZiu1 MiAUbZxper1metslBfaat a atIWrea pe aist JlQhIf What is esrOtAI esatoela ti hIrlsI bitIJKj P gerto1Irp art BeetM y9 fa JHiutmt II contains Bcltkcr Opium Morphia kr eftfe Xarsafe eItag is Its g arattv It 4Mrs WMM rJfIll4lCoUQ J etl1efCRtaB4miuIjtock MM kee4MtMpThe CUittE CASTOR1A ALWAY- e tM wiiT11Ar iA t The Kiii1 You llaoMaysughttt- In Use ForOvw 3d irnit cuJiesasi suAy ueiaewssa a We = CAUTION This fs not a gentle wofdbuii when you thlnkhOw liable you ru not to purchase jfche only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had thelargesi t sale of any medicineiu the world since 1868 lot becurei nJ treatment of Consumption and h roa and Lungtrpubles with1 out losingi its great popularity all these years you will be thank fulvie called your attention osc11eeaGermaSyrup There are so manyrdlnimy cough remedies made by druggists apd others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis roupand especially f61tCollf sumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nightganmorn1n- heret is nothing like Germain Svrupj Tne 25 cent size has jjust been introdueedthis ypar Regular size 75 cents At all druggists C J Havdon V1QTIMSOVSUVLUl Potefiell aad HcrcohuieBm HoV tW- O lr CUIIt Ku 3r1ud The road out of Naples toward Tesu rlus Is the sane route that one follows tto reach Pompeii cWheii itttendbig to go up the mountain the tourist lleaves tho Pompeii road at Resins the moM em city which overlies Herculaneum Apropos of these two undent towns It a remarkable how many people speat of them as the only burled cities In the vicinity In fact there are many and It may not be uninteresting to mention them Next to the tjvo familiar ones luentJyhennItama the oldest Greek colony in Italy Bats a watering place resort ot the Koman swells In the first year of our Lord Parthenope PalasopoUa and Ne aolL three burled citIes lying under modern Kaplesf from the last of which It took its narneDlkearchla later call oUljanotherGreek Ouch commerce Capuar one of the great military posts oC ancient Home how covered by a modern clty olsoa gariisdn and Suessola whgse medlcl springs held high repute among the gouty eplcureaot Roman time Cataclysmic have been the aartha throe around that laboring monster Yesuvlusiojtqmeot these burled cit iesl which were great seaports 2000 years ago nienowtar Inlafid On ihe other hand ofr boreatDiJCyonmar llook down rOn a boawbetinsuioot ii water auJ discover ancleut houses and street fat below you at the botftom ot the sea Bflmfrbf those buried cities were much larger and mdrelsipprtant places than either Pompeii or Hercula neum yet to idany travelers their jnames ieemunfamiliarArgonaut EDUCATINGOYSTERS Tralatssr Sotoota Is Wktok ike BI ralre Are Taacht Some Sense A schobJ tor oysters said a dealer inI 1lIIhiJ1II uz Institution that you iWOUldswcair could not exist for oys stuPldttrItmany 5 oystfr schools 1 will explain them l6 you In such a way that you will bhieve4ntiern An oysters intel ligence Is limited but still It baa Intelv iHgepco Years ago certain KlsVfish dealers discovered 4hat If you take an oyster suOdenly5from Its subaqueous bed It opens its shelly whereupon tho llife giving water insider it mil escapes and the oyster flies Bui If you ex pose an oyster lo the air gradually llftlnglt but 6t the water for a feiItminutes and then returning ltagatnJII J rnuaU1Iearns that to Js closed when out of the water Is tile bostt1Ing for ft healtb TTeetlgstors fovmd tta tJhey cottkCwystersone trained and one untrauifd and ih 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